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Identifying and accessing pertinent information resources that will help site cleanup managers evaluate
innovative technologies is key to the broader use of these technologies. This Guide is intended to
increase awareness about technical information and specialized resources related to phytoremediation
technologies.
Specifically, this document identifies a cross section of information intended to aid users in remedial
decision-making, including abstracts of field demonstrations, research documents, and information to
assist in the ordering of publications. In addition, the look-up format of this document allows the user
to quickly scan available resources and access more detailed abstracts.

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Date Of Record Release 2005-05-17 13:10:37
Description Identifying and accessing pertinent information resources that will help site cleanup managers evaluate
innovative technologies is key to the broader use of these technologies. This Guide is intended to
increase awareness about technical information and specialized resources related to phytoremediation
technologies.
Specifically, this document identifies a cross section of information intended to aid users in remedial
decision-making, including abstracts of field demonstrations, research documents, and information to
assist in the ordering of publications. In addition, the look-up format of this document allows the user
to quickly scan available resources and access more detailed abstracts.
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Subject
Source U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Keyword green chemistry; pollution; phytoremediation; bioremediation; community health; soil; pollution; water; water pollution; heavy metals
Date Of Record Creation 2004-08-30 08:23:54
Education Level
Date Last Modified 2011-04-12 12:58:59
Language english
Date Record Checked: 2011-04-12 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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